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Oct 19, 2012 11:00pm EDT
with respect to the decline of labor employment -- i recall when, for example, motorola outsourced its logistics and cut the operation to ups. those jobs overnight stayed in america but they were shipped to a service sector and registered has a decline in manufacturing employment, when reality was the boundary line of motorola softened and it incorporal operated ups. we didn't lose manufacturing job, simply by shifting. >> when you say you want to boost manufacturing and you have these soft boundaries, what actually are you talking about? because of this constant leakage there, is it production jobs or engineering design jobs? what are you talking sunset. >> when i think of manufacturing employment, thick of the entire value chain, including suppliers, and i want to ensure we have investment on both sides of that in the united states. so things i'd love to see, making sure we have the best investment environment. because when i have talked with manufacturers, surprising how they recognize pretty easily that in the world we live in today, that higher tax on their suppliers doesn't do th
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